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Full Moon

Summary:
Nessie leaves to go to a boarding school in England and leaves Jacob behind so she can have some space. But what happens when she realizes that she loves him? *Rated teen just in case!* **Thank you MRSBellaCullenBlack for this beautiful banner! You totally rock!** Jacob and Renesmee


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11. The Party

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I felt the car stop. We had reached the unknown destination(at least to Jake and me) in ten minutes. I couldn't tell if we had gone slow, and went to someplace close, or if we went fast, and went someplace like Port Angeles. I had blocked out the real world by thinking about the wedding, so I couldn't tell.

"We're here, Nessie! Go ahead and take the blindfold off. You too, Jake!" Aunt Alice seemed to enthusiastic, and of that, I was scared. Sounded like we told her about helping us plan the wedding. I shuddered at the thought, and so did Jake, who had seen what I had been thinking.

We took off the blindfolds. In front of us was the baseball field. I was confused. I looked at Aunt Alice for some clarification.

"For the party, we are having a baseball tournament! Girls versus boys!" There went that voice again, but now I was just as excited as she was. It sounded like so much fun!

We split into teams, and for once, Grandma Esme was playing. This was the first time I had ever seen her play, because she was always making sure we didn't cheat. But this game, we were still keeping eyes on the boys to make sure they didn't cheat *cough Emmett cough*

Since Jake and I aren't vampires, we weren't as fast as my family. Watching Jake run the bases was amusing. He took it so seriously(Aunt Alice had told me later on that Emmett had threatened him if he caused their team to lose.) We also weren't as strong, so the ball didn't go as far as Uncle Emmett's.

Since we didn't play like humans do, the game went on until the thunderstorm ended. So we got to play for five hours, and by the end, the score was: Girls-120, Boys-116. The girls were so happy because we beat the boys. Uncle Emmett, of course, was not happy. Let's just say the forest lost some of trees that it had once held. He can sometimes act so immature.

Aunt Alice asked if I thought that the baseball game was the best party ever. I immediately said yes, and everyone started laughing. Jake pulled me close to him and kissed my forehead.

Aunt Alice wanted us to head home so we can get the last minute planning done. Well, not exactly last minute, since the wedding was still a week away, but last minute to Aunt Alice. She wanted to make sure the clothes still fit perfectly, make sure the order for the food had gone through perfectly, that everyone was still coming, and that the flowers were perfect. She could have just looked into the future, but I guess she wanted to make sure I didn't miss out on anything(or she just wants to annoy me enough and she wants to be killed.)

We got home fairly fast(who am I kidding, we are talking about my family here! 180 MPH makes you love solid ground even more.) Aunt Alice pulled Jake and me into her room. That only shows that we would be in there until midnight.

We checked the clothing situation(still the same as it was six hours ago,) called everyone and made sure everyone was still coming(they were) and checked out the flower situation.

Jake and I had chosen red tulips as the main flowers. Red tulips means perfect love. I think that idea summarizes our life together fairly well.

Aunt Alice had us stay up til midnight. Why didn't we go to Vegas?! At least then I wouldn't have to stay up til all hours of the night because I have a crazy Aunt. When she did let us go, Jake had to carry me. We went back to my parent's cottage(we still haven't heard about the one Grandma Esme was planning for us,) and quickly got changed.

And with that, my breathing started to slow. And my dreams were filled with the wedding, tulips, and Uncle Emmett as the priest.